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This piece by the great Robert Johnson is one of the most identifiable slide songs and licks ever, and is an important part of slide guitar development for you. In this example, we are using open E tuning to play its classic main lick, as well as the famous slide fills it incorporates.
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This is one of those “must have” lessons! Yes, the idea of the “turnaround licks” per se, are rather mundane and predictable to me, but they are certainly important to know, and can be used in countless musical situations and riffs hat don’t necessarily have to occur as the last 2 measures of a Blues!
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Here’s a lesson that offers a true, and in my opinion, better way of playing harmonics with the right hand.
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This is an effect most often associated with heavy metal and all that “flash” playing of the ’80s hair bands. In this case, however, it’s a much more subtle approach used strictly for melodic enhancement. This lick is from my version of “When a Man Loves A Woman,” and it mimics the vocal melody in an almost “yodel-like” way.
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The use of slides are critical to the success of this lick, and as you’ll see me point out, the “turn of the wrist” is much more aided by the use of the second finger, rather than the typically used third finger in this kind of a run.
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